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9th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: John Floyd ChamblessRank: 4th Sergeant Company: E

He was born in Bibb County, Georgia in 1829. His parents were Henry and Rachel Dannelly Chambless. He married Andisa Middlebrooks in 1856. She died, so he married her sister, Mary E. Middlebrooks in 1859. They had a daughter they called Lizzie. John enlisted as a private in the 'Talbot Guards' on March 4, 1862. He was promoted to 4th Sergeant and surrendered at Appomattox. Lizzie's earliest memory was of her mother waking her up in the middle of the night to tell her that her father was home from the war. Mary E. also died and John married Martha A. S. Harvy in 1865. In his later years he lived in Meriwether County where he enjoyed grandchildren sitting in his lap playing with his magnificent white beard. He is buried in Meriwether County, Georgia.

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